Following the Missouri River and the Lewis and Clark Trail, a string of Cans makes it's way eastbound through the Lombard Canyon.
As the morning sun peeks over the rim of Lombard Canyon, eastbound Montana Rail Link No. 4300 rolls a manifest along the Missouri River and the Lewis and Clark Trail.
Union Pacific No. 4014, The Bigboy, enters California and Climbs to the top of Cima Hill. Located in the Mojave Desert Preserve where many railfans have come to this out of the way location to wel... (more)
The return trip from San Luis Obispo for the Union Pacific 2 day excursion for the California Short Line Railroad Association from Burbank Ca. to San luis Obispo and return on the Santa Barbara S... (more)
Union Pacific ran a 2 day excursion for the California Short Line Railroad Association from Burbank Ca. to San luis Obispo and return on the Santa Barbara Sub. Northbound along the Gaviota Coast ... (more)
A beautifully restored piece of Union Pacific heritage built in 1941 meets a more modern piece of BNSF power ES44C4 No. 8048. Westbound Union Pacific No.4014 drifts downhill out of Sullivans Curve... (more)
Union Pacific No. 4014 pulls the eastbound Rail giants Museum Excursion Train up the Hill around Alray and past the site of the old West Tunnel that was Daylighted in 2008. Quite the train with UP... (more)
After Switching from BNSF rails to the UP Palmdale Cutoff at Silverwood, Union Pacific no.4014 slides westbound down grade to Colton in Southern California.The restored Locomotive looking good as ... (more)
After descending the steep grade of the western slope of Cima hill, UP 4014 is greeted by a huge crowd at the restored Kelso Station and helper crew quarters. In the steam era Kelso was a helper ... (more)
Union Pacific No. 4014 enters California and climbs to the top of Cima Hill. Located in the Mojave Desert Preserve many Railfans traveled to the Hill to see the Bigboy. The last time 4014 passed t... (more)
The morning eastbound Gas Local makes it's appearance just after the sun makes it over the top of the surrounding hills.
Eastbound BNSF No.9315 with a Warbonnet in the headend lineup rolls an empty coal train along the Flathead River. Coal trains make up a large part of the movements on the MRL 4th and 10th subdivis... (more)
The Gas local, a movement of LPG Tanks from Thompson Falls, follows the Flathead River eastbound on the MRL 10th Subdivison.
Eastbound BNSF No. 4698 leads empty coal cars along the Flathead River along the 19th Subdivision near Perma.
lead by eastbound BNSF No. 4404, an empty coal train follows the Flathead River on the MRL 10th Subdivision.